Trust no one – not even yourself . ‚I think I might have done something bad. Last Friday.’When a bomb explodes outside the Royal Academy of Ballet in the heart of London. the police initially suspect a terrorist group. But the pieces don’t fit and DCI Silver is struggling to find any suspects. Still recovering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after a terrible tragedy. Claudie fears that her recent black-outs are a sign that her symptoms are returning. When her friend Tessa dies in the explosion. Claudie is gripped by the inexplicable certainty that she is involved in some way – if only she could remember. Meanwhile. Silver is shocked to find that one of the dancers from the academy – now missing in the aftermath of the explosion – is linked to his past. and the lines between his personal and professional life are starting to blur. Can Claudie and Silver get to the heart of what is real and what isn’t before something terrifying happens again?A compelli
Autor: William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare: MP3
To You We Shall Return
„Grandmother. you who listen and hear all. you from whom all good things come…It is your embrace we feel when we return to you…” This traditional Lakota prayer to Grandmother Earth opens Joseph Marshall III’s newest work. a meditation on our connection to the land and an exhortation to respect it. Using a combination of personal anecdote. detailed history. and Lakota tales. Marshall takes us back to his childhood and shows us how we. too. can learn to love our planet. Although he was educated in Euro-American schools. Marshall had the benefit of growing up with wise grandparents who taught him never to walk a path without knowing the trail from which he’d come: that the bow does not make the hunter. and above all. that the earth can be boundlessly generous-if we can learn to accept its gifts. Part memoir. part cultural manifesto. To You We Shall Return offers a comparison between Euro-American attitudes. policies. and history regarding the natural environment to that of ancient native North American beliefs and practices in relating to and living with that same environment. Speaking from the cultural viewpoint of the Lakota of the northern Plains. the author discusses the evolution of native cultures to fit within the environment and adapt to it. as opposed to changing it drastically or wholesale to fit human needs and comforts. He suggests that changing our contemporary thinking in relating to the earth in a less harmful way does not mean a drastic change in lifestyles. but that revisiting the methods of adaptation to and coexistence with the earth will foster a renewed respect which will ultimately benefit mankind as well.
Autor: Joseph M. Marshall III
Joseph M. Marshall III: MP3
Girl With Dove: A Life Built By Books
‚The word „mesmerising” is frequently applied to memoirs. but seldom as deservedly as in the case of Girl With Dove’ Financial Times’Reading is a form of escape and an avid reader is an escape artist…’Brilliantly original. funny and clever Honor Clark. Spectator. Book of the YearThis audiobook includes an exclusive interview between the author. Sally Bayley. and a mentee of Sally’s. Georgie Newson. who first met when they read ‚Jane Eyre’ together. They talk about the stories that have been woven into the book. the reflective nature of literature. the influence of Jane Eyre on their lives. and much more.Growing up in a dilapidated house by the sea where men were forbidden. Sally’s childhood world was filled with mystery and intrigue. Hippies trailed through the kitchen looking for God – their leader was Aunt Di. who ruled the house with charismatic force. When Sally’s baby brother vanishes from his pram. she becomes suspicious of the activities going on around her. What happened to Baby David and the woman called Poor Sue? And where did all the people singing and wailing prayers in the front room suddenly go?Disappearing into a world of books and reading. Sally adopts the tried and tested methods of Miss Marple. Taking books for hints and clues. she turns herself into a reading detective. Her discovery of Jane Eyre marks the beginning of a vivid journey through Victorian literature where she also finds the kind. eccentric figure of Charles Dickens’ Betsey Trotwood. These characters soon become her heroines. acting as a part of an alternative family. offering humour and guidance during many difficult moments in Sally’s life.Combining the voices of literary characters with those of her real-life counterparts. Girl With Dove reads as a magical series of strange encounters. climaxing with a comic performance of Shakespeare in the children’s home where Sally is eventually sent.Weaving literary classics with a young girl’s coming of age story. this is a book that testifies to the transformative power of reading and the literary imagination. Mixing fairy tale. literary classics. nursery rhymes and folklore. it is the story of a child’s adventure in wonderland and search for truth in an adult world often cast in deep shadow.
Autor: Sally Bayley
Sally Bayley: MP3
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